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producer: sophie silletto x 8982 desk: x8905 welcome to the kron4 morning news. i'm marty gonzalez. anny hong is here now with the weather. (anny hong): .dry and pleasant weather will continue across our region today. a low pressure trough developing to our north will bring locally breezy conditions to our area starting monday afternoon and continuing at
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times through thursday. precipitation is expected to remain to the north of our area, although there is a slight chance of showers across the extreme northern edge of our forecast area tuesday night or wednesday morning. temperatures will remain mild through the week, with warming expected next weekend. (marty) protests are expected to continue for a third day in st. louis. demonstrations saturday began peacefully but turned unruly later in the day. all of this in the wake of the acquittal of a former st. louis police officer in the 2011 death of
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an african american man. cnn's ryan young has details. hundreds have marched in the missouri city for a second day, chanting "black lives matter!"more than 33 protesters were arrested and 11 police officers were injured in friday night's scuffles.the defendant, jason stockley, 36, was cleared on friday of murdering anthony lamar smith, 24.mr stockley, a serving police officer at the time, was recorded saying "gonna kill this , don't you know it" while in a car chase after mr smith.officer cleared in shooting of anthony lamar smithon saturday evening, police were out in force as demonstrators rallied in st louis.media captionpolice were out in force to contain fresh protests on the streets of st louiscrowds marched through a shopping centre in the des peres suburb, blocking one major road.police said that after dark, "the unruly crowd became a mob" and some people caused damage to property including windows of local businesses and police cars.a local newspaper reported that some protesters threw rocks, bottles and rubbish bin lids. friday's disturbances began in the afternoon as protesters took to the streets after the court verdict.the home of st louis mayor lyda krewson suffered considerable damage, police say, as protesters ignored orders to disperse.by late evening police declared the gathering an "unlawful assembly".
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(marty) people gathered at shorelines across the state yesterday with one thought in mind, to help clean up the california coast. kron4's jeff pierce reports on the environmental efforts from the oakland cleanup site. saturday morning hundreds of volunteers came out to participate in coastal cleanup day. there's a shoreline cleanup that's going on all over the bay area in terms of the shoreline it's also all around the state today.at east creek slough in oakland a small army scoured the edge of the bay finding a vast collection debris.a lot of styrofoam in particular. a lot of styrofoam plates it looks like from picnics.i'd say that what i've picked up the most and then random things and even a television.coastal cleanup was not only about making the shorline look better, most understood that this was also about the
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wildlife that lives on the shoreline.there's a lot of birds here and some of the birds eat the cigarette butts and the plastic bottle caps and that's not good. they like shining stuff like fish , their scales are shiny so most birds are diving down and the plastic is shiny and they'll eat it and then they'll die two days later.phoebe grow was using the day to teach her daughters a lesson.this helps them understand why we don't have much plastic around the house there is so much plastic on the beach.now in it's thirty second year the california coastal commision has volunteers collect data on what has been picked up to help develop policy to protect shorelines throughout the state. it's a way for us to learn what's littering our shores. like many cities have done like banning bags is one example.like the ones in the bay area, as many as nine hundred sites throughout the state were also taking part in coastal cleanup day. for many it was about where we live. when we live in this jewel like the bay area so how can you not want to do what you can to clean it up and keep it that way, keep it pristine.in oakland jeff pierce kron four news.
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(marty) you're looking at video from yesterday of cal-trans demolishing another underwater pier from the old bay bridge. it is part of a project to take down the foundations of the original eastern span of the bridge. there are implosions planned for every other weekend through mid- november. (marty) british authorities say they have arrested a second man in connection with the bombing of a london subway train on friday. london police arrested a 21-year-old man last night in west london. police arrested an 18-year old man in connection with the attacks earlier in the day. police continue to search a home in west london and say their investigation is ongoing. the uk terror threat level still stands at
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"critical." but the station where 30 people were injured in friday's bombing has reopened. (marty) transgender service members who are already enlisted will be allowed to stay in the military for now. president trump banned recruiting new transgender service members last month, citing medical costs. the military then created a panel to review how to implement that decision. but the pentagon now says that transgender troops whose terms of service end during the review... will be allowed to re-enlist. those service members have been allowed to serve openly since june last year. a man is killed in an officer involved shooting. we'll talk to the mans family. some tenants in east oakland are seeing a spike in their rent. you wont believe how much their rent is increasing. and talk about increases...after the break... the toll crossing some bay area bridges could go up. how much the toll could soon cost you.
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the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. ( marty ) a proposal to hike bridge tolls in the bay area by three- dollars is moving forward.(áááboxesááá) the plan passed the state assembly and senate and now heads to the governor's desk. but ultimately it will be up to voters to decide whether or not to raise tolls. the plan calls for using the money generated from the toll increase to add more bart trains, increase ferry and bus service, and make improvements to bay area freeways. it would not apply to the golden gate bridge but it would increase the tolls on 7 other bay area bridges. (marty) top executives at equifax are out... following the enormous breach of 143 million americans' personal information. the company announcing friday ... that susan mauldin, who had been the top security officer, and david webb, the chief technology officer, are quote "retiring..." equifax is now under investigation by the
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fbi and the ftc ... and lawsuits are starting to pile up. live look outside... bay bridge toll plaza. (anny) coming up... i've got a look at your sunday forecast....
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(anny hong): .dry and pleasant weather will continue across our region today. a low pressure trough developing to our north will bring locally breezy conditions to our area starting monday afternoon and continuing at times through thursday. precipitation is expected to remain to the north of our area, although there is a slight chance of showers across the extreme northern edge of our forecast area tuesday night or wednesday morning. temperatures will remain mild through the week, with warming expected next weekend.
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( marty ) breaking news we are breaking ( marty ) weekend. ( marty ) breaking news we are
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following... four women u-s tourists have been attacked with acid at the main train station in marseilles, france. police have arrested a woman in connection with the attack. all four tourists are now in the hospital. two have injuries to the face and another has a possible eye injury. we will bring you updates on this story throughout the morning. (marty) the investigation into a deadly officer involved shooting in san jose contnues this morning. police say the victim was a robbery suspect pulled over during a traffic stop. it's a story we first told you about friday. the man's family spoke to kron4's spencer blake about what they've learned about the shooting. the family of jacob dominguez gathered at the intersection of penitencia creek and piedmont saturday night - the very intersection where they found out dominguez died friday night in an officer- involved shooting.they held a vigil for their son, brother, nephew, and father."he was on his way to see his babies." they haven't heard anything directly from the police
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department about jacob, but a relative says he did identify his body with the medical examiner.san jose police confirmed to kron four that officers had stopped a car at the intersection firday night to carry out a felony robbery warrant.they say shots were fired, and a man died.but beyond that, we just have an eyewitness account from a teenager who saw one car surrounded by three others as it approached the intersection. "some guy from the front car just ran out holding a gun and he started pointing it at the trapped car."around that time is when she says the car in the back turned on blue lights. she hadn't realized the unmarked cars were police vehicles before then.jacob's aunt spoke to kron four through her tears, hoping it will help them figure out exactly how things played out. "we want answers. we don't know nothing. it just seems like they're hiding something or - we don't know. we don't know nothing."the only other information s-j-p-d has given to kron fouris that the homicide unit is taking over, and that they're not releasing specific details yet."it's not fair. it's so unreal."in san
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jose, spencer blake, kron four news. (marty) tenants in east oakland are on the brink of seeing their rents double... they confronted their landlord saturday at his piedmont home. kron four's philippe djegal spoke with a tennant who says she understands the rent has to increase. but not at a rate that will put her and her family on (philippe) it's not big... it's not fancy... but for norma sanchez, her husband and three young boys... this is home and it has been for nine years. so, when she received this letter from her landlord, informing her that her rent on november first would nearly double from 13-hundred dollars a month to 24-hundred dollars... she felt a lump in her throat. norma sanchez/tenant- "it honestly made us feel extremely sad and depressed, um, because this is going to effect our whole family and we don't have the means to move anywhere else." saturday morning... sanchez paid her landlord a visit at his
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home in piedmont. demanding that he keep the rent increase to a reasonable amount. she was joined by other tenant-members of the non-profit organization alliance of californians for community empowerment... the landlord owns several homes in their east oakland neighborhood and they're all set to see their rents go up significantly. sanchez is a house keeper, and her husband works in the restraunt industry. she says they both have to work everyday just to make ends meet.norma sanchez/tenant- "this is our home -- we've made a community here. if we're pushed out of this housing now, um, its like a part of us is being torn out. um, that we'll never be able to recover." tenants like sanchez acknowledge that their landlord isn't breaking any laws by rasing the rent. in fact, i spoke directly with the landlord, who says over the years, he's done his best to minimally increase the rents and, that in retrospect, if the previous increases were higher, maybe these latest offers wouldn't
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have been so dramatically shocking. he says he's not a bad guy, but like everyone else, his bill's these days are bigger than they used to be. sanchez says confronting her landlord with the other tenants ending up being a productive decision... because she says the landlord has agreed to meet with all of them next week... and, possibly renegotiate their renewal offers. philippe djegal, kron four news. (marty) coming up in sports... a look ahead to today's 49ers and raiders games... plus...exciting action in college football yesterday... j.r.'s got it all ... after the break.
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wild saturday night in college football. we go to southern california.sam darnold and the trojans taking on a struggling
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texas longhorn team. end of the second quarter darnold....looking and finding his man in the back of the endzone. seven to nothing usc. this game was back and forth though. trojans with the ball again and this time darnold intercepted by texas. this game would go back and forth. usc though would hold strong in double overtime and go on to win this game 27 to 24.ucla in tennessee taking on memphis saturday.the bruins had a big comeback victory last week. what would happen this week against an unranked memphis team. josh rosenucla q-b studplay action.to his tight end jordan wilson.that's a touchdown ucla up 17 to 7. we go to the thirda game filled with no defense.rosen looking for a man. rosen with all day. trying to go back across the field. tim heart says not gonna happen.intercepted.and he could go all the way. he
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does.memphis up 40 to 31. they would keep the pressure on in this game. ucla's quarterback josh rosen threw for 463 yards. four touchdown passes and two interceptions as memphis goes on to win this 48 to 45. and talk about a wild football day. wild ending in gainesville florida today. florida tied at 20 with tennessee9 seconds left and listen to what happens. feleipe franks with the hail mary win for the gators. time runs out. gators go on to beat tennessee 26 to 20. wow what a play. we are now less than 24 hours away less than 24 we are now less than 24 hours away from raiders football. raiders taking on the new york jets in their home opener this week against the buffalo bills. this is a team that dominated tennessee and with the way the jets looked in week 1 many folks think they will do the same against new york on sunday. they are a two touchdown
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favorite over the jets. as for the san francisco 49ers. they are on the road sunday in a rivalry game with the seattle seahawks. both the 49ers and the seahawks will be looking for their first wins and touchdowns of the season. seattle lost to green bay last week and the 49ers lost to the carolina panthers 23 to 3 last week. 49ers are two touchdown underdogs in this one.
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live look outside... sutro cam. (marty) (anny) welcome back to the kron4 morning news. anny hong is here now with the weather. (anny hong): .dry and pleasant weather will continue across our region today. a low
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pressure trough developing to our north will bring locally breezy conditions to our area starting monday afternoon and continuing at times through thursday. precipitation is expected to remain to the north of our area, although there is a slight chance of showers across the extreme northern edge of our forecast area tuesday night or wednesday morning. temperatures will remain mild through the week, with warming expected next weekend. ( marty @ landing ) as we reported
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yesterday ... some changes are coming to how sex offenders register in california. state lawmakers just approved a bill that could remove thousands of people from the state's sex offender registry. and the legislation has the backing of law enforcement. kron 4's dan kerman explains what the new system could look like. right now california's sex offender registry has 100-thousand names on it that's due in part to the fact that california is one of only 4 states in the nation requiring lifetime registration for every convicted sex offender. but soon that could changesotthis bill represents a three tiered registry for all sex offenders. proposed tiers are based on seriousness of the crime, risk of the sexual reoffending and criminal historyunder the new legislation offenders would have to register for 10 years, 20 years or life. backers of the bill, the california police chief's association says the current registry has become so big it's no longer
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useful as a law enforcement tool sotthis has protections and in the long run will protect our children more because those low level sex offenders who should have never in this day and age been considered a crime that should be placed on the registry will be able to come off after ten years allowing law enforcement to focus on those who are the most harmfuland the state assembly supports the measure, not all dosoti think it's a terrible piece of legislation mark klaas with the klaas kids foundation says revamping the system going forward is fine, but it should not be retroactive.sot mark klaas/klaas kids foundation 124-132they've been sentenced their victims have been told the parameters of and that's being thrown completely out the window ( marty ) that was kron 4's dan kerman reporting... an advocate for a registry
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revamp is alameda county district attorney nancy o'malley. she says the change would free law enforcement up to focus on the high-risk offenders. ( marty ) governor jerry brown is expected to sign the bill. if approved the new system would start in 20-21. ( marty @ bam) investigators are working to figure out what went wrong at a florida nursing home where eight patients died after hurricane irma. the home lost its air conditioning system... leaving patients in sweltering heat. miguel marquez shows us the video a witness took showing patients cool down. the video only 34 seconds long but speaks volumes about what was happening inside the
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rehabilitation center at hollywood hills. in the hallway a woman sits on a gurney entirely naked. the person who shot the video says the same woman was clothed in a gown when she saw her on monday, but had grown so uncomfortably hot by tuesday she stripped off all her clothing seeking relief from the heat. the woman who shot the video did not want to appear on camera but also wanted others to see the conditions at the facility after hurricane irma knocked out its air conditioning. in the video, her 89-year-old parents gabriel and libia giraldo. both were hospitalized after being evacuated from the facility wednesday. libia has since been discharged, gabriel remains in the hospital with an urinary tract infection his daughter says he got because he was dehydrated. the person who shot the video says she was at the facility monday and the air-conditioner was already off. the video was shot tuesday night, just hours before the center was evacuated. it shows her father who suffers from alzheimer's
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with a fan next to his bed, her mother in a second bed. their second floor window open and the curtains lifted up to allow as much air in as possible. in the hallway a large fan is seen, an effort to keep air moving in the facility. a spokesperson for the rehabilitation center says they contacted florida power and light and state emergency officials immediately after losing air conditioning. the spokesperson says the faculty had adequate staffing and followed protocol throughout the crisis. the spokesperson also said water and ice was provided for residents and that disrobing residents is not protocol for staying cool. florida's agency for healthcare administration that regulates the facility told cnn "at no time did the facility report that conditions had become dangerous or that the health and safety of their patients was at risk."miguel marquez cnn hollywood, florida. (marty) coming up... we'll
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but when we brought our daughter home, that was it. now i have nicoderm cq. the nicoderm cq patch with unique extended release technology helps prevent your urge to smoke all day. it's the best thing that ever happened to me. every great why needs a great how. president trump took a social media jab at north korea's leader this morning. the president tweeting "i spoke with president moon of south korea last night. asked him how rocket man is doing. long gas lines forming in north korea. too bad!," the president is referring to south korean leader moon jae-in and north korea's kim jong un. mr. trump also retweeted a depiction of his golf swing knocking hillary clinton down as she tries to board a plane -- among other memes. ( marty ) a school bus driver had a medical emergency before she crashed her bus into a house in detroit. police say the home was empty when the bus smashed through the wall friday night. the
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56-year-old driver was later taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. investigators say she either blacked out or had a medical incident before the crash. ( marty ) witnesses say a neighbor later turned the gas off, before utility workers came to the scene. police say no one besides the driver was on the bus. coming upthis grey nissan has been sitting across the street with it''s park anyhere lights activated or so long, i was able to walk across a busy intersection to confront him how long you going to sit here and block traffic did i mention was an uber? i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly
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storm tracker...norma. (anny hong): .dry and pleasant weather will continue across our region
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today. a low pressure trough developing to our north will bring locally breezy conditions to our area starting monday afternoon and continuing at times through thursday. precipitation is expected to remain to the north of our area, although there is a slight chance of showers across the extreme northern edge of our forecast area tuesday night or wednesday morning. temperatures will remain mild through the week, with warming expected next weekend.
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( marty ) ( marty ) police released dash cam video of a washington state trooper saving the life of a suicidal man. the video shows the trooper trying to save the man from jumping off a bridge. now the trooper is recounting the moments leading up to the rescue. jamie tompkins has the story. nats: "donút jump come talk to me can you get off the ledge for me?"wahington state trooper yaroslav holodkov says he just happened to be in the right place...at the right
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time..trooper yaroslav holodkov / washington state trooper:"for some reason i started to drive across the snohomish county river and when i looked back i saw an individual standing on the guard rail looking over the river and the one thing that kind of caught me was his white shoes."trooper holodkov says he turned his partol car around...and he was grateful to see the man was still standing there.so he turned his lights on...and slowly began to approach and start up a conversation."said he had a bad day i mean everybody has bad days and then out of nowhere he just leaped and as soon as he leaped i reached out and grabbed his shirt that was the closest thing to me and so i grabbed it and i think there was just enough of a pull back to where he just fell on the rail."nats: "what's wrong with you? don't do it man, don't do it, don't jump, don't do it, don't do it, don't do it. stop! stop! don't do it. it's not worth it, buddy. it's really not worth it." trooper holodkov managed to pull the man back
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to safety onto the bridge. holodkov says while he is trained to talk to suicidial individuals and those suffering mental health issues...nothing can really prepare you for a moment like this.."i didnút expect it i wasnút looking for one and i just happened to see him and i guess lucky for me and him i was there. there was no thought going through my mind i think it was just pure reaction he did it and i reacted to prevent him to save a life and that is our job its just part of the job."while many are referring to him as a her after seeing these brave moments...nats: "donút do it man donút do it donút do it donút do it stop stop its really not worth it buddy.""is it nice that people see it and recognize it and stuff like that yea but i donút think any of us are looking for fame its just part of the daily duties and this is something we signed up to do." ( marty ) the popularity of ride
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share companies like uber and lyft has led to a traffic problem of cars with their hazzard lights on blocking lanes. kron four's stanley roberts looks into it in this edition of "people behaving badly." pay attention to this grey nissan on king street at forth in san francisco, the driver pulled up and turned on his park anywhere lights and there he sitsnats: ambiance for a moment the rolls backwards and again just sits . flashers still activated in an active lane of traffic sound of horn blowing as someone blows their horn the driver beings to inch forward, but still not really going anywhere, as this bus goes past another car is forced to go around this goes on for a few minuites. as the driver again inches forward and other people are blowing their horns. nats: ambiancethis was when i decided to walk. not run across busy king street to
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talk to the driver. how long you going to sit here and block traffic he says he moving right now, but he apparently has no time perception i've only been here one minute so there the uber driver sat with the park anywhere lights in full effect ans he almost leaves but not before he had one more question for me what's that for (why you still here? no stopping) what was that for doesn't matter on king street where some portions have no pullouts or shoulders it's a no stopping zone no stopping, unlike no parking, means you must keep moving this area is notorious for drivers stopping for pick ups and drop offs mostly ubers and lyftsand yes there are a few cabbies doing the same this except they not chilling for 5 minutes well ok, this one is driving in reverse on king and he drove about a quarter of a block so that's not safe or permitted .if only i knew which cab company this is nats: ambiance oh wait i can. and that's the difference, according to the sfmta there are about 1700 cabs in san francisco which are easy to identify. but there are 47 thousand plus ride hails which
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are not easy to spot but i may have and idea how to fix this problem where did you drop your pin ahhhh is in the starbucks ..maybe the ride hails companies should remove all no stopping zones from the app so passengers that have schedule pickups can do it from authorized spot .. hashtag just saying in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news for the weekend... it's the 28th annual disc golf safari tournament in san francisco. check out the best disc golfers in the world. it is happening at golden gate park from 8 a-m to 6 p-m. the event is free to attend. a long delayed
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recognition for the person who had a large role in carving
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mount rushmore. they officially named artist luigi del bianco the chief carver yesterday. two of his relatives had been trying to prove that he put a lot of work into making the monument. the family spent more than 30 years researching to try and prove their point. del bianco is known for doing the most complicated things on the monument like thomas jefferson's lips. ( marty ) here's something you don't see every day. a kangaroo was seen hopping along a road in wisconsin. the kangaroo, named "joey," had escaped from a farm petting zoo. a sheriff and firefighters corralled him until his handler could get there and return him to the zoo. ( marty ) it's rare, but it happens once in a while. a bakersfield hospital delivered three sets of twins on the same day. four baby boys and two baby girls came into the world at memorial hospital on wednesday. the
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proud parents are thankful their babies are healthy and will be able to go home this weekend. coming up on kron four news weekend... another arrest has been made in the london terror attack. we'll explain how police made that arrest. thousands gathered to cleanup beaches across the state. we'll take a look at what they recovered. an officer-involved shooting prompts protests in st.louis. we'll show you why protests are expected to go on for a third day in a row. next.
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third graders today. their new gogurt tubes are easy open. and p.e. consists of sitting around on mats. hippies. oh, mom, making them eat their favorite snack in the back seat. whatever happened to "eating at the table?"
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that's what cup holders are for. (anny) welcome to the
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kron4 morning news. i'm marty gonzalez. anny hong is here now with the weather. (anny hong): .dry and pleasant weather will continue across our region today. a low pressure trough developing to our north will bring locally breezy conditions to our area starting monday afternoon and continuing at
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times through thursday. precipitation is expected to remain to the north of our area, although there is a slight chance of showers across the extreme northern edge of our forecast area tuesday night or wednesday morning. temperatures will remain mild through the week, with warming expected next weekend. (marty) protests (marty) (marty) protests are expected to continue for a third day in st. louis. demonstrations saturday began peacefully but turned unruly later in the day. all of this in the wake of the acquittal of a former st. louis police officer in the 2011 death of an african american man. cnn's ryan
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young has details. hundreds have marched in the missouri city for a second day, chanting "black lives matter!"more than 33 protesters were arrested and 11 police officers were injured in friday night's scuffles.the defendant, jason stockley, 36, was cleared on friday of murdering anthony lamar smith, 24.mr stockley, a serving police officer at the time, was recorded saying "gonna kill this , don't you know it" while in a car chase after mr smith.officer cleared in shooting of anthony lamar smithon saturday evening, police were out in force as demonstrators rallied in st louis.media captionpolice were out in force to contain fresh protests on the streets of st louiscrowds marched through a shopping centre in the des peres suburb, blocking one major road.police said that after dark, "the unruly crowd became a mob" and some people caused damage to property including windows of local businesses and police cars.a local newspaper reported that some protesters threw rocks, bottles and rubbish bin lids. friday's disturbances began in the afternoon as protesters took to the streets after the court verdict.the home of st louis mayor lyda krewson suffered considerable damage, police say, as protesters ignored orders to disperse.by late evening police declared the gathering an "unlawful
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assembly". (marty) people gathered at shorelines across the state yesterday with one thought in mind, to help clean up the california coast. kron4's jeff pierce reports on the environmental efforts from the oakland cleanup site. saturday morning hundreds of volunteers came out to participate in coastal cleanup day. there's a shoreline cleanup that's going on all over the bay area in terms of the shoreline it's also all around the state today.at east creek slough in oakland a small army scoured the edge of the bay finding a vast collection debris.a lot of styrofoam in particular. a lot of styrofoam plates it looks like from picnics.i'd say that what i've picked up the most and then random things and even a television.coastal cleanup was not only about making the shorline look better, most understood that this was also about the wildlife that lives on the shoreline.there's a lot of
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birds here and some of the birds eat the cigarette butts and the plastic bottle caps and that's not good. they like shining stuff like fish , their scales are shiny so most birds are diving down and the plastic is shiny and they'll eat it and then they'll die two days later.phoebe grow was using the day to teach her daughters a lesson.this helps them understand why we don't have much plastic around the house there is so much plastic on the beach.now in it's thirty second year the california coastal commision has volunteers collect data on what has been picked up to help develop policy to protect shorelines throughout the state. it's a way for us to learn what's littering our shores. like many cities have done like banning bags is one example.like the ones in the bay area, as many as nine hundred sites throughout the state were also taking part in coastal cleanup day. for many it was about where we live. when we live in this jewel like the bay area so how can you not want to do what you can to clean it up and keep it that way, keep it pristine.in oakland jeff pierce kron four news. (marty) you're looking at video
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from yesterday of cal-trans demolishing another underwater pier from the old bay bridge. it is part of a project to take down the foundations of the original eastern span of the bridge. there are implosions planned for every other weekend through mid- november. (marty) british authorities say they have arrested a second man in connection with the bombing of a london subway train on friday. london police arrested a 21-year-old man last night in west london. police arrested an 18-year old man in connection with the attacks earlier in the day. police continue to search a home in west london and say their investigation is ongoing. the uk terror threat level has been downgraded from "critical" to "severe." but the station where 30 people were injured in friday's bombing has reopened.
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(marty) transgender service members who are already enlisted will be allowed to stay in the military for now. president trump banned recruiting new transgender service members last month, citing medical costs. the military then created a panel to review how to implement that decision. but the pentagon now says that transgender troops whose terms of service end during the review... will be allowed to re-enlist. those service members have been allowed to serve openly since june last year. a man is killed in an officer involved shooting. we'll talk to the mans family. some tenants in east oakland are seeing a spike in their rent. you wont believe how much. and speaking of increases...after the break... the toll to cross many bay area bridges could go up. we'll tell you by how much.. after the break
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the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. ( marty ) a proposal to hike bridge tolls in the bay area by three- dollars is moving forward.(áááboxesááá) the plan passed the state assembly and senate and now heads to the governor's desk. but ultimately it will be up to voters to decide whether or not to raise tolls. the plan calls for using the money generated from the toll increase to add more bart trains, increase ferry and bus service, and make improvements to bay area freeways. it would not apply to the golden gate bridge but it would increase the tolls on 7 other bay area bridges. (marty) top executives at equifax are out... following the enormous breach of 143 million americans' personal information. the company announcing friday ... that susan mauldin, who had been the top security officer, and david webb, the chief technology officer, are quote "retiring..." equifax is now under investigation by the fbi and the ftc ... and lawsuits are starting to pile up.
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golden gate bridge.. (marty) (anny) welcome back to the kron4 morning news. anny hong is here now with the weather. (anny hong): .dry and pleasant weather will continue across our region today. a low
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pressure trough developing to our north will bring locally breezy conditions to our area starting monday afternoon and continuing at times through thursday. precipitation is expected to remain to the north of our area, although there is a slight chance of showers across the extreme northern edge of our forecast area tuesday night or wednesday morning. temperatures will remain mild through the week, with warming expected next weekend.
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( marty ) breaking news we are
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following... four women u-s tourists have been attacked with acid at the main train station in marseilles, france. police have arrested a woman in connection with the attack. all four tourists are now in the hospital. two have injuries to the face and another has a possible eye injury. we will bring you updates on this story throughout the morning. (marty) the investigation into a deadly officer involved shooting in san jose contnues this morning. police say the victim was a robbery suspect pulled over during a traffic stop. it's a story we first told you about friday. the man's family spoke to kron4's spencer blake about what they've learned about the shooting. the family of jacob dominguez gathered at the intersection
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of penitencia creek and piedmont saturday night - the very intersection where they found out dominguez died friday night in an officer- involved shooting.they held a vigil for their son, brother, nephew, and father."he was on his way to see his babies." they haven't heard anything directly from the police department about jacob, but a relative says he did identify his body with the medical examiner.san jose police confirmed to kron four that officers had stopped a car at the intersection firday night to carry out a felony robbery warrant.they say shots were fired, and a man died.but beyond that, we just have an eyewitness account from a teenager who saw one car surrounded by three others as it approached the intersection. "some guy from the front car just ran out holding a gun and he started pointing it at the trapped car."around that time is when she says the car in the back turned on blue lights. she hadn't realized the unmarked cars were police vehicles before then.jacob's aunt spoke to kron four through her tears, hoping it will help them figure out exactly how things played out. "we want answers. we don't know nothing. it just seems like they're hiding something
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or - we don't know. we don't know nothing."the only other information s-j-p-d has given to kron fouris that the homicide unit is taking over, and that they're not releasing specific details yet."it's not fair. it's so unreal."in san jose, spencer blake, kron four news. (marty) tenants in east oakland are on the brink of seeing their rents double... they confronted their landlord saturday at his piedmont home. kron four's philippe djegal spoke with a tennant who says she understands the rent has to increase. but not at a rate that will put her and her family on the streets. (philippe) it's not big... it's not fancy... but for norma sanchez, her husband and three young boys... this is home and it has been for nine years. so, when she received this letter from her landlord, informing her that her rent on november first would nearly double from 13-hundred dollars a month to 24-hundred dollars... she felt a lump in her throat.
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norma sanchez/tenant- "it honestly made us feel extremely sad and depressed, um, because this is going to effect our whole family and we don't have the means to move anywhere else." saturday morning... sanchez paid her landlord a visit at his home in piedmont. demanding that he keep the rent increase to a reasonable amount. she was joined by other tenant-members of the non-profit organization alliance of californians for community empowerment... the landlord owns several homes in their east oakland neighborhood and they're all set to see their rents go up significantly. sanchez is a house keeper, and her husband works in the restraunt industry. she says they both have to work everyday just to make ends meet.norma sanchez/tenant- "this is our home -- we've made a community here. if we're pushed out of this housing now, um, its like a part of us is being torn out. um, that we'll never be able to recover." tenants like sanchez acknowledge that their landlord isn't breaking
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any laws by rasing the rent. in fact, i spoke directly with the landlord, who says over the years, he's done his best to minimally increase the rents and, that in retrospect, if the previous increases were higher, maybe these latest offers wouldn't have been so dramatically shocking. he says he's not a bad guy, but like everyone else, his bill's these days are bigger than they used to be. sanchez says confronting her landlord with the other tenants ending up being a productive decision... because she says the landlord has agreed to meet with all of them next week... and, possibly renegotiate their renewal offers. philippe djegal, kron four news. (marty) coming up in sports... a look ahead to today's 49ers and raiders games... plus...exciting action in college football yesterday... j.r.'s got it all ... after the break.
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go to southern california.sam darnold and the trojans taking on a struggling texas longhorn team. end of the second quarter darnold....looking and finding his man in the back of the endzone. seven to nothing usc. this game was back and forth though. trojans with the ball again and this time darnold intercepted by texas. this game would go back and forth. usc though would hold strong in double overtime and go on to win this game 27 to 24.ucla in tennessee taking on memphis saturday.the bruins
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had a big comeback victory last week. what would happen this week against an unranked memphis team. josh rosenucla q-b studplay action.to his tight end jordan wilson.that's a touchdown ucla up 17 to 7. we go to the thirda game filled with no defense.rosen looking for a man. rosen with all day. trying to go back across the field. tim heart says not gonna happen.intercepted.and he could go all the way. he does.memphis up 40 to 31. they would keep the pressure on in this game. ucla's quarterback josh rosen threw for 463 yards. four touchdown passes and two interceptions as memphis goes on to win this 48 to 45. and talk about a wild football day. wild ending in gainesville florida today. florida tied at 20 with tennessee9 seconds left and listen to what happens. feleipe franks with the hail mary win for the gators.
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time runs out. gators go on to beat tennessee 26 to 20. wow what a play. we are now less than 24 hours away from raiders football. raiders taking on the new york jets in their home opener this week against the buffalo bills. this is a team that dominated tennessee and with the way the jets looked in week 1 many folks think they will do the same against new york on sunday. they are a two touchdown favorite over the jets. as for the san francisco 49ers. they are on the road sunday in a rivalry game with the seattle seahawks. both the 49ers and the seahawks will be looking for their first wins and touchdowns of the season. seattle lost to green bay last week and the 49ers lost to the carolina panthers 23 to 3 last week. 49ers are two touchdown underdogs in this one. ♪
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to the welcome back to the kron4 morning news. anny hong is here now with the weather. (anny hong): .dry and pleasant weather will continue across our region today. a low pressure trough developing to our north will bring locally breezy conditions to our area starting monday afternoon and continuing at times through thursday. precipitation is expected to remain to the north of our area, although there is a slight chance of showers across the extreme northern edge of our forecast area
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tuesday night or wednesday morning. temperatures will remain mild through the week, with warming expected next weekend. ( marty @ landing ) as we landing ) as we reported yesterday ... some changes are coming to how sex offenders register in california. state lawmakers just approved a bill that could remove thousands of people from the state's sex offender registry. and the legislation has the backing of law enforcement. kron 4's
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dan kerman explains what the new system could look like. right now california's sex offender registry has 100-thousand names on it that's due in part to the fact that california is one of only 4 states in the nation requiring lifetime registration for every convicted sex offender. but soon that could changesotthis bill represents a three tiered registry for all sex offenders. proposed tiers are based on seriousness of the crime, risk of the sexual reoffending and criminal historyunder the new legislation offenders would have to register for 10 years, 20 years or life. backers of the bill, the california police chief's association says the current registry has become so big it's no longer useful as a law enforcement tool sotthis has protections and in the long run will protect our children more because those low level sex offenders who should have never in this day and age been considered a crime that should be placed on the registry will be able to come off after ten years allowing law enforcement to focus on those who are the most harmfuland the state assembly supports the measure, not all dosoti think it's a terrible piece of legislation mark klaas with the klaas kids
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foundation says revamping the system going forward is fine, but it should not be retroactive.sot mark klaas/klaas kids foundation 124-132they've been sentenced their victims have been told the parameters of those sentences and that's being thrown completely out the window ( marty ) that was kron 4's dan kerman reporting... an advocate for a registry revamp is alameda county district attorney nancy o'malley. she says the change would free law enforcement up to focus on the high-risk offenders.
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register every year because when they were 18 years old they exposed themselves and there is some injustice in some of that.">( marty ) governor jerry brown is expected to sign the bill. if approved the new system would start in 20-21. ( marty @ landing) a man is accused of trying to sexually assault a woman as she slept inside her el cerrito apartment. police say 22-year-old jermine allen broke into the apartment thursday night. he got in through an open window. ( marty ) the victim's roommate then knocked on the door because she forgot her key. police say allen then jumped off the balcony and escaped. police arrested him the next day.
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(marty) coming up... we'll explain how a bus ended up in someone's home... and what the neighbors had to say about it. live look outside... san francisco international airport.
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(marty) president trump took a social media jab at north korea's leader this morning. the president tweeting "i spoke with president moon of south korea last night. asked him how rocket man is doing. long gas lines forming in north korea. too bad!," the president is referring to south korean leader moon jae-in and north korea's kim jong un. mr. trump also retweeted a depiction of his golf swing knocking hillary clinton down as she tries to board a plane -- among other memes. ( marty ) a school bus driver had a medical emergency before she crashed her bus into a house in detroit. police say the home was empty
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when the bus smashed through the wall friday night. the 56-year-old driver was later taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. investigators say she either blacked out or had a medical incident before the crash. ( marty ) witnesses say a neighbor later turned the gas off, before utility workers came to the scene. police say no one besides the driver was on the bus. coming upthis grey nissan has been sitting across the street with it''s park anyhere lights activated or so long, i was able to walk across a busy intersection to confront him how long you going to sit here and block traffic did i mention was an uber? i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly
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live look outside... san mateo bridge. for the weekend.... it's the bay area pet fair and adoptathon for hurricane doggies in pleasanton. check out over 15-hundred adoptable dogs and cats who were rescued from hurricane harvey. it is happening at the alameda county fairgrounds from 10 a-m to 5 p-m. the event is free to attend.
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continue across our region today. a low pressure trough developing to our north will bring locally breezy conditions to our area starting monday afternoon and continuing at times through thursday. precipitation is expected
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to remain to the north of our area, although there is a slight chance of showers across the extreme northern edge of our forecast area tuesday night or wednesday morning. temperatures will remain mild through the week, with warming expected next weekend.
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( marty ) police released dash cam video of a washington state trooper saving the life of a suicidal man. the video shows the trooper trying to save the man from jumping off a bridge. now the trooper is recounting the moments leading up to the rescue. jamie tompkins has the story. nats: "donút jump come talk to me can you get off the ledge for me?"wahington state trooper yaroslav holodkov says he just happened to be in the right place...at the right time..trooper yaroslav
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holodkov / washington state trooper:"for some reason i started to drive across the snohomish county river and when i looked back i saw an individual standing on the guard rail looking over the river and the one thing that kind of caught me was his white shoes."trooper holodkov says he turned his partol car around...and he was grateful to see the man was still standing there.so he turned his lights on...and slowly began to approach and start up a conversation."said he had a bad day i mean everybody has bad days and then out of nowhere he just leaped and as soon as he leaped i reached out and grabbed his shirt that was the closest thing to me and so i grabbed it and i think there was just enough of a pull back to where he just fell on the rail."nats: "what's wrong with you? don't do it man, don't do it, don't jump, don't do it, don't do it, don't do it. stop! stop! don't do it. it's not worth it, buddy. it's really not worth it." trooper holodkov
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managed to pull the man back to safety onto the bridge. holodkov says while he is trained to talk to suicidial individuals and those suffering mental health issues...nothing can really prepare you for a moment like this.."i didnút expect it i wasnút looking for one and i just happened to see him and i guess lucky for me and him i was there. there was no thought going through my mind i think it was just pure reaction he did it and i reacted to prevent him to save a life and that is our job its just part of the job."while many are referring to him as a her after seeing these brave moments...nats: "donút do it man donút do it donút do it donút do it stop stop its really not worth it buddy.""is it nice that people see it and recognize it and stuff like that yea but i donút think any of us are looking for fame its just part of the daily duties and this is something we signed up to do." ( marty ) the popularity of ride share companies like uber and
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lyft has led to a traffic problem of cars with their hazzard lights on blocking lanes. kron four's stanley roberts looks into it in this edition of "people behaving badly." pay attention to this grey nissan on king street at forth in san francisco, the driver pulled up and turned on his park anywhere lights and there he sitsnats: ambiance for a moment the rolls backwards and again just sits . flashers still activated in an active lane of traffic sound of horn blowing as someone blows their horn the driver beings to inch forward, but still not really going anywhere, as this bus goes past another car is forced to go around this goes on for a few minuites. as the driver again inches forward and other people are blowing their horns. nats: ambiancethis was when i decided to walk. not run across busy king street to talk to the driver. how long you going to sit here and block traffic he says he moving right now, but he apparently has no time perception i've only been here
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one minute so there the uber driver sat with the park anywhere lights in full effect ans he almost leaves but not before he had one more question for me what's that for (why you still here? no stopping) what was that for doesn't matter on king street where some portions have no pullouts or shoulders it's a no stopping zone no stopping, unlike no parking, means you must keep moving this area is notorious for drivers stopping for pick ups and drop offs mostly ubers and lyftsand yes there are a few cabbies doing the same this except they not chilling for 5 minutes well ok, this one is driving in reverse on king and he drove about a quarter of a block so that's not safe or permitted .if only i knew which cab company this is nats: ambiance oh wait i can. and that's the difference, according to the sfmta there are about 1700 cabs in san francisco which are easy to identify. but there are 47 thousand plus ride hails which are not easy to spot but i may
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have and idea how to fix this problem where did you drop your pin ahhhh is in the starbucks ..maybe the ride hails companies should remove all no stopping zones from the app so passengers that have schedule pickups can do it from authorized spot .. hashtag just saying in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news (marty) the history of ice cream is a "long and rocky road"...coming up... vicki liviakis has "the scoop" on a new san francisco museum.
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angeles and the big apple. 'the museum of ice cream' opened this weekend in
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downtown san francisco. on dine and dish, vicki liviakis takes a closer look at this sweet addition to the city. when you think of a museum, musty old relics of the past come to mind. but, the museum of ice cream is not your traditional museum. it's like a pink palace where ice cream reins supreme. the museum of ice cream in san francisco features totally immersive experiences, sights, smells and flavors. you can sample bi-rite ice cream cups, complete with sprinkles on top. you heard right, soft serve unicorn milk ice cream with magic sauce. and then there's the cherry on top room. and cotton candy - with sparkle spray. emily is with kron 4's digital department.
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she couldn't resist taking a dip into famous sprinkle pool. followed by a sprinkle removal blow dryer before you get back to reality. in san francisco, vicki liviakis kron 4 news. ( marty ) it's rare, but it happens once in a while. a bakersfield hospital delivered three sets of twins on the same day. four baby boys and two baby girls came into the world at memorial hospital on wednesday. the proud parents are thankful their babies are healthy and will be able to go home this
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coming up on kron four news weekend... another arrest has been made in the london terror attack. we'll explain how police made that arrest. thousands gathered to cleanup beaches across the state. we'll take a look at what they recovered. an officer-involved shooting prompts protests in st.louis. we'll show you why protests are expected to go on for a third day in a row. next.
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(marty)(anny) welcome to the kron4 morning news. i'm marty gonzalez. anny hong is here now with the weather.
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(anny hong): .dry and pleasant weather will continue across our region today. a low pressure trough developing to our north will bring locally breezy conditions to our area starting monday afternoon and continuing at times through thursday. precipitation is expected to remain to the north of our area, although there is a slight chance of showers across the extreme northern edge of our forecast area tuesday night or wednesday morning. temperatures will remain mild through the week, with warming expected next weekend.
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(marty) protests are expected to continue for a third day in st. louis. demonstrations saturday began peacefully but turned unruly later in the day. all of this in the wake of the acquittal of a former st. louis police officer in the 2011 death of an african american man. cnn's ryan young has details. hundreds have marched in the missouri city for a second day, chanting "black lives matter!"more than 33 protesters were arrested and 11 police officers were injured in friday night's scuffles.the defendant, jason stockley, 36, was cleared on friday of murdering anthony
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lamar smith, 24.mr stockley, a serving police officer at the time, was recorded saying "gonna kill this , don't you know it" while in a car chase after mr smith.officer cleared in shooting of anthony lamar smithon saturday evening, police were out in force as demonstrators rallied in st louis.media captionpolice were out in force to contain fresh protests on the streets of st louiscrowds marched through a shopping centre in the des peres suburb, blocking one major road.police said that after dark, "the unruly crowd became a mob" and some people caused damage to property including windows of local businesses and police cars.a local newspaper reported that some protesters threw rocks, bottles and rubbish bin lids. friday's disturbances began in the afternoon as protesters took to the streets after the court verdict.the home of st louis mayor lyda krewson suffered considerable damage, police say, as protesters ignored orders to disperse.by late evening police declared the gathering an "unlawful assembly". (marty) people gathered at shorelines across the state yesterday with one thought in mind, to help clean up the california coast. kron4's jeff pierce reports on the
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environmental efforts from the oakland cleanup site. saturday morning hundreds of volunteers came out to participate in coastal cleanup day. there's a shoreline cleanup that's going on all over the bay area in terms of the shoreline it's also all around the state today.at east creek slough in oakland a small army scoured the edge of the bay finding a vast collection debris.a lot of styrofoam in particular. a lot of styrofoam plates it looks like from picnics.i'd say that what i've picked up the most and then random things and even a television.coastal cleanup was not only about making the shorline look better, most understood that this was also about the wildlife that lives on the shoreline.there's a lot of birds here and some of the birds eat the cigarette butts and the plastic bottle caps and that's not good. they like shining stuff like fish , their scales are shiny so most birds are diving down and the
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plastic is shiny and they'll eat it and then they'll die two days later.phoebe grow was using the day to teach her daughters a lesson.this helps them understand why we don't have much plastic around the house there is so much plastic on the beach.now in it's thirty second year the california coastal commision has volunteers collect data on what has been picked up to help develop policy to protect shorelines throughout the state. it's a way for us to learn what's littering our shores. like many cities have done like banning bags is one example.like the ones in the bay area, as many as nine hundred sites throughout the state were also taking part in coastal cleanup day. for many it was about where we live. when we live in this jewel like the bay area so how can you not want to do what you can to clean it up and keep it that way, keep it pristine.in oakland jeff pierce kron four news. (marty) you're looking at video from yesterday of cal-trans demolishing another underwater
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pier from the old bay bridge. it is part of a project to take down the foundations of the original eastern span of the bridge. there are implosions planned for every other weekend through mid- november. (marty) british authorities say they have arrested a second man in connection with the bombing of a london subway train on friday. london police arrested a 21-year-old man last night in west london. police arrested an 18-year old man in connection with the attacks earlier in the day. police continue to search a home in west london and say their investigation is ongoing. the uk terror threat level has been downgraded from "critical" to "severe." but the station where 30 people were injured in friday's bombing has reopened. (marty) transgender service members who are already enlisted will be allowed to stay in the military for now. president trump banned recruiting new transgender service members last month, citing medical costs. the military then created a panel
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to review how to implement that decision. but the pentagon now says that transgender troops whose terms of service end during the review... will be allowed to re-enlist. those service members have been allowed to serve openly since june last year. a man is killed in an officer involved shooting. we'll talk to the mans family. some tenants in east oakland are seeing a spike in their rent. you wont believe how much. and speaking of increases...after the break... the toll to cross many bay area bridges could go up. we'll tell you by how much.. after the break
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for your money: .here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. ( marty ) a proposal to hike bridge tolls in the bay area by three- dollars is moving forward.(áááboxesááá) the plan passed the state assembly and senate and now heads to the governor's desk. but ultimately it will be up to voters to decide whether or not to raise tolls. the
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plan calls for using the money generated from the toll increase to add more bart trains, increase ferry and bus service, and make improvements to bay area freeways. it would not apply to the golden gate bridge but it would increase the tolls on 7 other bay area bridges. (marty) top executives at equifax are out... following the enormous breach of 143 million americans' personal information. the company announcing friday ... that susan mauldin, who had been the top security officer, and david webb, the chief technology officer, are quote "retiring..." equifax is now under investigation by the fbi and the ftc ... and lawsuits are starting to pile up. live look outside... bay bridge toll plaza. (anny) coming up... i've got a look at your sunday forecast....
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live look outside... golden gate bridge.. (marty)(anny) welcome back to the kron4 morning news. anny hong is here now with the weather. (anny hong): .dry and pleasant weather will continue across our region today. a low pressure trough developing to our north will bring locally breezy conditions to our area starting monday afternoon and continuing at times through thursday. precipitation is expected to remain to the north of our area, although there is a
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slight chance of showers across the extreme northern edge of our forecast area tuesday night or wednesday morning. temperatures will remain mild through the week, with warming expected next weekend. ( marty ) breaking news we are
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following... the trump administration is considering closing the u-s embassy in cuba. this comes after several u-s diplomats have
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reported getting sick. secretary of state rex tillerson says the issue is "very serious." at least 21 americans have reported getting sick in havana. secretary tillerson has previously called these "health attacks." but they are now being called "health incidents." officials havent yet figured out the cause of the health problem . (marty) the investigation into a deadly officer involved shooting in san jose contnues this morning. police say the victim was a robbery suspect pulled over during a traffic stop. it's a story we first told you about friday. the man's family spoke to kron4's spencer blake about what they've learned about the shooting. the family of jacob dominguez gathered at the intersection of penitencia creek and piedmont saturday night - the very intersection where they found out dominguez died friday night in an officer- involved shooting.they held a vigil for their son, brother,
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nephew, and father."he was on his way to see his babies." they haven't heard anything directly from the police department about jacob, but a relative says he did identify his body with the medical examiner.san jose police confirmed to kron four that officers had stopped a car at the intersection firday night to carry out a felony robbery warrant.they say shots were fired, and a man died.but beyond that, we just have an eyewitness account from a teenager who saw one car surrounded by three others as it approached the intersection. "some guy from the front car just ran out holding a gun and he started pointing it at the trapped car."around that time is when she says the car in the back turned on blue lights. she hadn't realized the unmarked cars were police vehicles before then.jacob's aunt spoke to kron four through her tears, hoping it will help them figure out exactly how things played out. "we want answers. we don't know nothing. it just seems like they're hiding something or - we don't know. we don't know nothing."the only other information s-j-p-d has given to kron fouris that the homicide unit is taking over, and that they're not releasing specific details yet."it's not fair. it's so unreal."in san jose, spencer blake, kron four
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news. (marty) tenants in east oakland are on the brink of seeing their rents double... they confronted their landlord saturday at his piedmont home. kron four's philippe djegal spoke with a tennant who says she understands the rent has to increase. but not at a rate that will put her and her family on the streets. (philippe) it's not big... it's not fancy... but for norma sanchez, her husband and three young boys... this is home and it has been for nine years. so, when she received this letter from her landlord, informing her that her rent on november first would nearly double from 13-hundred dollars a month to 24-hundred dollars... she felt a lump in her throat. norma sanchez/tenant- "it honestly made us feel extremely sad and depressed, um, because this is going to effect our whole family and we don't have the means to move
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anywhere else." saturday morning... sanchez paid her landlord a visit at his home in piedmont. demanding that he keep the rent increase to a reasonable amount. she was joined by other tenant-members of the non-profit organization alliance of californians for community empowerment... the landlord owns several homes in their east oakland neighborhood and they're all set to see their rents go up significantly. sanchez is a house keeper, and her husband works in the restraunt industry. she says they both have to work everyday just to make ends meet.norma sanchez/tenant- "this is our home -- we've made a community here. if we're pushed out of this housing now, um, its like a part of us is being torn out. um, that we'll never be able to recover." tenants like sanchez acknowledge that their landlord isn't breaking any laws by rasing the rent. in fact, i spoke directly with the landlord, who says over the years, he's done his best to minimally increase the
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rents and, that in retrospect, if the previous increases were higher, maybe these latest offers wouldn't have been so dramatically shocking. he says he's not a bad guy, but like everyone else, his bill's these days are bigger than they used to be. sanchez says confronting her landlord with the other tenants ending up being a productive decision... because she says the landlord has agreed to meet with all of them next week... and, possibly renegotiate their renewal offers. philippe djegal, kron four news. (marty) coming up in sports... a look ahead to today's 49ers and raiders games... plus...exciting action in college football yesterday... j.r.'s got it all ... after the break.
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food. water. internet. we need it to live. but what we don't need are surprises, like extra monthly fees. i see you, fee, played by legendary actress anjelica huston. you got me, mark. we just want fast internet for one, simple rate. for all the streaming and the shopping and the newsing, but most of all... for the this. internet for one everyday simple price and no extra monthly fees.
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at stanford health care, we can now repair complex aortic aneurysms without invasive surgery. if we can do that, imagine what we can do for varicose veins. and if we can precisely treat eye cancer with minimal damage to the rest of the eye, imagine what we can do for glaucoma, even cataracts. if we can use dna to diagnose the rarest of diseases, imagine what we can do for the conditions that affect us all. imagine what we can do for you. imagine what we can do for the conditions that affect us all. wild saturday night in college
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football. we go to southern california.sam darnold and the trojans taking on a struggling texas longhorn team. end of the second quarter darnold....looking and finding his man in the back of the endzone. seven to nothing usc. this game was back and forth though. trojans with the ball again and this time darnold intercepted by texas. this game would go back and forth. usc though would hold strong in double overtime and go on to win this game 27 to 24.ucla in tennessee taking on memphis saturday.the bruins had a big comeback victory last week. what would happen this week against an unranked memphis team. josh rosenucla q-b studplay action.to his
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tight end jordan wilson.that's a touchdown ucla up 17 to 7. we go to the thirda game filled with no defense.rosen looking for a man. rosen with all day. trying to go back across the field. tim heart says not gonna happen.intercepted.and he could go all the way. he does.memphis up 40 to 31. they would keep the pressure on in this game. ucla's quarterback josh rosen threw for 463 yards. four touchdown passes and two interceptions as memphis goes on to win this 48 to 45. and talk about a wild football day. wild ending in gainesville florida today. florida tied at 20 with tennessee9 seconds left and listen to what happens. feleipe franks with the hail mary win for the gators. time runs out. gators go on to beat tennessee 26 to 20. wow what a play. we are now less than 24 hours away from raiders football. raiders taking on the new york jets in their home opener this week
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against the buffalo bills. this is a team that dominated tennessee and with the way the jets looked in week 1 many folks think they will do the same against new york on sunday. they are a two touchdown favorite over the jets. as for the san francisco 49ers. they are on the road sunday in a rivalry game with the seattle seahawks. both the 49ers and the seahawks will be looking for their first wins and touchdowns of the season. seattle lost to green bay last week and the 49ers lost to the carolina panthers 23 to 3 last week. 49ers are two touchdown underdogs in this one.
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) live look outside... sutro cam. (marty)(anny) welcome back to the kron4 morning news. anny hong is here now with the weather. (anny hong): .dry and pleasant weather will continue across our region today. a low
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pressure trough developing to our north will bring locally breezy conditions to our area starting monday afternoon and continuing at times through thursday. precipitation is expected to remain to the north of our area, although there is a slight chance of showers across the extreme northern edge of our forecast area tuesday night or wednesday morning. temperatures will remain mild through the week, with warming expected next weekend. ( marty @ landing ) as we reported yesterday
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... some changes are coming to how sex offenders register in california. state lawmakers just approved a bill that could remove thousands of people from the state's sex offender registry. and the legislation has the backing of law enforcement. kron 4's dan kerman explains what the new system could look like. right now california's sex offender registry has 100-thousand names on it that's due in part to the fact that california is one of only 4 states in the nation requiring lifetime registration for every convicted sex offender. but soon that could changesotthis bill represents a three tiered registry for all sex offenders. proposed tiers are based on seriousness of the crime, risk of the sexual reoffending and criminal historyunder the new legislation offenders would have to register for 10 years, 20 years or life. backers of the bill, the california police chief's association says the current registry has become so big it's no longer
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useful as a law enforcement tool sotthis has protections and in the long run will protect our children more because those low level sex offenders who should have never in this day and age been considered a crime that should be placed on the registry will be able to come off after ten years allowing law enforcement to focus on those who are the most harmfuland the state assembly supports the measure, not all dosoti think it's a terrible piece of legislation mark klaas with the klaas kids foundation says revamping the system going forward is fine, but it should not be retroactive.sot mark klaas/klaas kids foundation 124-132they've been sentenced their victims have been told the parameters of those sentences and that's being thrown completely out the window ( marty ) that was kron 4's dan
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kerman reporting... an advocate for a registry revamp is alameda county district attorney nancy o'malley. she says the change would free law enforcement up to focus on the high-risk offenders. ( marty ) governor jerry brown is expected to sign the bill. if approved the new system would start in 20-21. ( marty @ landing) a man is accused of trying to sexually assault a woman as she slept inside her el cerrito apartment. police say 22-year-old jermine allen broke into the apartment thursday night. he got in through an open window.
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around the apartment taking things.>( marty ) the victim's roommate then knocked on the door because she forgot her key. police say allen then jumped off the balcony and escaped. police arrested him the next day. ( marty @ bam) investigators are working to figure out what went wrong at a florida nursing home where eight patients died after hurricane irma. the home lost its air conditioning system... leaving patients in sweltering heat. miguel marquez shows us the video a witness took showing patients struggling to the video only 34 seconds long but speaks volumes about what was happening inside the rehabilitation center at hollywood hills. in the hallway a woman sits on a gurney entirely naked. the person who shot the video says the same woman was clothed in a gown when she saw her on monday, but had grown so
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uncomfortably hot by tuesday she stripped off all her clothing seeking relief from the heat. the woman who shot the video did not want to appear on camera but also wanted others to see the conditions at the facility after hurricane irma knocked out its air conditioning. in the video, her 89-year-old parents gabriel and libia giraldo. both were hospitalized after being evacuated from the facility wednesday. libia has since been discharged, gabriel remains in the hospital with an urinary tract infection his daughter says he got because he was dehydrated. the person who shot the video says she was at the facility monday and the air-conditioner was already off. the video was shot tuesday night, just hours before the center was evacuated. it shows her father who suffers from alzheimer's with a fan next to his bed, her mother in a second bed. their second floor window open and the curtains lifted up to allow as much air in as possible. in the hallway a large fan is seen, an effort to keep air moving in the facility. a spokesperson for
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the rehabilitation center says they contacted florida power and light and state emergency officials immediately after losing air conditioning. the spokesperson says the faculty had adequate staffing and followed protocol throughout the crisis. the spokesperson also said water and ice was provided for residents and that disrobing residents is not protocol for staying cool. florida's agency for healthcare administration that regulates the facility told cnn "at no time did the facility report that conditions had become dangerous or that the health and safety of their patients was at risk."miguel marquez cnn hollywood, florida. (marty) coming up... we'll explain how a bus ended up in someone's home... and what the neighbors had to say about it. president trump took a
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social media jab at north korea's leader this morning. the president tweeting "i spoke with president moon of
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south korea last night. asked him how rocket man is doing. long gas lines forming in north korea. too bad!," the president is referring to south korean leader moon jae-in and north korea's kim jong un. mr. trump also retweeted a depiction of his golf swing knocking hillary clinton down as she tries to board a plane -- among other memes. ( marty ) a school bus driver had a medical emergency before she crashed her bus into a house in detroit. police say the home was empty when the bus smashed through the wall friday night. the 56-year-old driver was later taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. investigators say she either blacked out or had a medical incident before the ( marty ) witnesses say a
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neighbor later turned the gas off, before utility workers came to the scene. police say no one besides the driver was on the bus. coming upthis grey nissan has been sitting across the street with it''s park anyhere lights activated or so long, i was able to walk across a busy intersection to confront him how long you going to sit here and block traffic did i mention was an uber? i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly live look outside... san mateo bridge.
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tim and charlie, 4th graders. 3rd graders today, they don't know how easy they've got it. their new gogurt tubes are easy open. those things used to be impossible. and p.e. consist of sitting around on mats. now everybody breathe. hippies. what are they gonna work on tomorrow? blinking? new ez open gogurt. kids never had it so easy. (annie) let's check the
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storm tracker...norma. (marty)(anny) welcome back to the kron4 morning news.
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anny hong is here now with the weather. talking norma. (anny hong): .dry and pleasant weather will continue across our region today. a low pressure trough developing to our north will bring locally breezy conditions to our area starting monday afternoon and continuing at times through thursday. precipitation is expected to remain to the north of our
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area, although there is a slight chance of showers across the extreme northern edge of our forecast area tuesday night or wednesday morning. temperatures will remain mild through the week, with warming expected next weekend.
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( marty ) police released dash cam video of a washington state trooper saving the life of a suicidal man. the video shows the trooper trying to save the man from jumping off a bridge. now the trooper is recounting the moments leading up to the rescue. jamie tompkins has the story. nats: "donút jump come talk to me can you get off the ledge for me?"wahington state trooper yaroslav holodkov says he just happened to be in the
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right place...at the right time..trooper yaroslav holodkov / washington state trooper:"for some reason i started to drive across the snohomish county river and when i looked back i saw an individual standing on the guard rail looking over the river and the one thing that kind of caught me was his white shoes."trooper holodkov says he turned his partol car around...and he was grateful to see the man was still standing there.so he turned his lights on...and slowly began to approach and start up a conversation."said he had a bad day i mean everybody has bad days and then out of nowhere he just leaped and as soon as he leaped i reached out and grabbed his shirt that was the closest thing to me and so i grabbed it and i think there was just enough of a pull back to where he just fell on the rail."nats: "what's wrong with you? don't do it man, don't do it, don't jump, don't do it, don't do it, don't do it. stop! stop! don't do it. it's not worth it, buddy. it's really not worth it." trooper holodkov managed to pull the man back to safety onto the bridge. holodkov says while he is trained to talk to suicidial individuals and those suffering mental health
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issues...nothing can really prepare you for a moment like this.."i didnút expect it i wasnút looking for one and i just happened to see him and i guess lucky for me and him i was there. there was no thought going through my mind i think it was just pure reaction he did it and i reacted to prevent him to save a life and that is our job its just part of the job."while many are referring to him as a her after seeing these brave moments...nats: "donút do it man donút do it donút do it donút do it stop stop its really not worth it buddy.""is it nice that people see it and recognize it and stuff like that yea but i donút think any of us are looking for fame its just part of the daily duties and this is something we signed up to do." ( marty ) the popularity of ride
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share companies like uber and lyft has led to a traffic problem of cars with their hazzard lights on blocking lanes. kron four's stanley roberts looks into it in this edition of "people behaving badly." pay attention to this grey nissan on king street at forth in san francisco, the driver pulled up and turned on his park anywhere lights and there he sitsnats: ambiance for a moment the rolls backwards and again just sits . flashers still activated in an active lane of traffic sound of horn blowing as someone blows their horn the driver beings to inch forward, but still not really going anywhere, as this bus goes past another car is forced to go around this goes on for a few minuites. as the driver again inches forward and other people are blowing their horns. nats: ambiancethis was when i decided to walk. not run across busy king street to talk to the driver. how long you going to sit here and block traffic he says he moving right now, but he apparently has no time perception i've only been here one minute so there the uber driver sat with the park anywhere lights in full effect ans he almost leaves but not before he had one more question for me what's that
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for (why you still here? no stopping) what was that for doesn't matter on king street where some portions have no pullouts or shoulders it's a no stopping zone no stopping, unlike no parking, means you must keep moving this area is notorious for drivers stopping for pick ups and drop offs mostly ubers and lyftsand yes there are a few cabbies doing the same this except they not chilling for 5 minutes well ok, this one is driving in reverse on king and he drove about a quarter of a block so that's not safe or permitted .if only i knew which cab company this is nats: ambiance oh wait i can. and that's the difference, according to the sfmta there are about 1700 cabs in san francisco which are easy to identify. but there are 47 thousand plus ride hails which are not easy to spot but i may have and idea how to fix this problem where did you drop your pin ahhhh is in the starbucks ..maybe the ride hails companies should remove all no stopping zones from the app so passengers that have schedule pickups can do it from authorized spot .. hashtag just saying in san
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francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news ( marty ) it's a huge hit in los angeles and the big apple. 'the museum of ice cream' opened this weekend in downtown san francisco. on dine and francisco. downtown san weekend in opened this of ice cream'
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it's a huge hit in los angeles and the big apple. 'the museum of ice cream' opened this weekend in downtown san francisco. on dine and dish, vicki liviakis takes a closer look at this sweet addition to the city. when you think of a museum, musty old relics of
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the past come to mind. but, the museum of ice cream is not your traditional museum. it's like a pink palace where ice cream reins supreme. the museum of ice cream in san francisco features totally immersive experiences, sights, smells and flavors. you can sample bi-rite ice cream cups, complete with sprinkles on top. you heard right, soft serve unicorn milk ice cream with magic sauce. and then there's the cherry on top room. and cotton candy - with sparkle spray. emily is with kron 4's digital department. she couldn't
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resist taking a dip into famous sprinkle pool. followed by a sprinkle removal blow dryer before you get back to reality. in san francisco, vicki liviakis kron 4 news. ad lib final 7 kron 4 news.vicki liviakis francisco, in san to reality. in san francisco, vicki liviakis kron 4 news. ad lib final 7 day forecast thats kron 4 news weekend for this saturday morning... i'm marty gonzalez. from all of us thanks for watching. join us for kron4 news weekend
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[music] >> joel osteen: well, god bless you. it's a joy to come into your homes, and if you're ever in our area, please stop by and be a part of one of our services. i promise you, we'll make you feel right at home, and i i like to start with something funny and i heard about this burglar that broke into a home one night. as he was stealing the stereo, he heard a voice saying, "jesus is watching you." he froze in his tracks, shined his flashlight, and saw a parrot over the corner. he said, "did you say that to me?" the parrot said, "yes, i'm just trying to warn you."

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